By Bryan Criswell, TSB Staff
High School Hallways – Week of November 12th
High School Hallways is brief weekly digest of happenings in McKinney area high schools.
1) McKinney Teacher Focuses on Students and Family While Fighting Rare Cancer
The ping of my computer meant I had another email arriving in my inbox, begging to be opened. This particular, seemingly innocuous, email was the beginning of what would become the toughest interview I’ve had to do to date. Read More.
2) MISD Teams With Baylor Medical Center at McKinney to Teach More Than Bedside Manner
Students at the three McKinney High Schools are constantly reminded that the future holds no certainty for a job. Read More.
3) TSB’s Football Game of the Week: Driskell Sets School Records as Boyd Tops MHS, Rolls to Playoffs
The mark of a great player is when he or she rises to the occasion in the biggest of games. On Friday night, McKinney Boyd running back Bryan Driskell proved once again why he is defined as a great player. Read More.
4) Girls Basketball Scoreboard: North, Boyd Get Season Opening Wins
The girls basketball season officially tipped off Tuesday night around McKinney, and two teams walked away with season opening wins. Read More.
5) MISD Alums Cox, Edwards of Dallas Baptist Receive Heartland Conference Women’s Soccer Awards
The Heartland Conference released its Women’s Soccer All-Conference teams, last week, naming nine Dallas Baptist Patriots either First or Second Team All-Conference, three of those earning additional individual honors. Read More.
6) TSB’s Football Game of the Week: North Wins Emotional Senior Night Game
As the final seconds ticked off the clock at Ron Poe Stadium on Thursday night, the scoreboard indicated that the McKinney North Bulldog players, fans, and students were about to celebrate their third win of the year in the final game of the season. Read More.
9) Volleyball Playoffs: McKinney Boyd Celebrates Return to State Semifinals with Victory Over Plano in Regional Finals
The Lady Broncos and Quinn celebrated on the court at Sam Houston State University on Saturday morning after winning the Class 5A, Region II final, 3-1, over their District 10-5A rival Plano. Read More.
10) MCA Defeats Coram Deo 45-0 in Friday Football Action
McKinney Christian Academy manhandled Coram Deo to keep their football playoff hopes alive Friday night in a homecoming win at McKinney North High School. Read More.
11) MCA Girls Basketball Team Bounces Back
The McKinney Christian Academy Lady Mustangs rebounded from Tuesday’s defeat with a 61-34 strumming of the Dallas Thunder in girls basketball Thursday night to move to 3-1 on the season. Read More.
12) Girls Basketball: Lady Mustangs Suffer First Loss of the Season
McKinney Christian Academy’s girls basketball team mounted a fierce rally but fell short in the end to the HSAA Angels, 53-48, Tuesday night at the MCA Joshua Gymnasium. Read More.
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